Jökulsárlón - Private TourTour ID: 5656
CategoryPrivate Tours, South Shore, Glacier
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Visit the highlights of the South Coast route including Seljalandsfoss, Skogafoss, Skaftafell national park and of course the magnificent Glacier Lagoon.
The Glacier Lagoon private tour allows you to experience the south coast of Iceland which is renowned for various nature attractions and interesting exhibits in a private vehicle with your own driver-guide. We stop by beautiful waterfalls, drive through charming villages and ultimately stop by the Glacier Lagoon where you can see huge blocks of ice floating around the lagoon after having broken off Breidamerkurjokull glacier. The lagoon may not be very wide but is up to 250 meters (820 ft.) deep.
This picturesque waterfall faces the traffic heading along the Ring road of Iceland. It's narrow and falls off a cliff above a cavern. It's quite easy to walk up to the base of the waterfall and behind it along a pathway inside the cavern.
This mighty waterfall is one of Icelands biggest waterfalls towering 60 meters high (197 ft.) and 25 meters (82 ft.) wide. By the waterfall you can visit Skogar folk museum to get a better insight into the life of Icelanders throughout history in the southern region.
Skaftafell national park
Skaftafell national park was established in 1967. There luxuriant vegetation grows bewteen desert sands and glaciers. Interesting sights within the Skaftafell national park are Svartifoss waterfall, Kristínartindar mountain pass, Skaftafellsjökull glacier amongst other extraordinary sights.
Öræfajökull glacier is a stratovolcano on the south-eastern part of Iceland. On top of the mountain lies an ice cap known as Öræfajökull glacier, which is the southern most part of the great Vatnajökull glacier.
Jökulsárlón - The Glacier Lagoon
Jökulsárlón is one of the great wonders of Iceland. In the Glacier Lagoon, you can find huge blocks of ice and icebergs drifting about after breaking off the glacier Breiðamerkurjökull. The lagoon is not very wide but it is up to 250 meters (820 ft.) deep, which makes it the deepest lake in Iceland.
- Private guided tour
- Comfortable vehicle
- Seljalandsfoss waterfall
- Skogafoss waterfall
- Glacier Lagoon
- Skaftafell national park
- Öræfajökull glacier
What’s included & Need to know
- Private comfortable vehicle
- Certified driver-guide
- Round trip tour from/to Reykjavik
- Free WiFi on the bus This is a private tour in a private vehicle. Your driver will attend to your needs if you need any assistance. This is a family friendly tour and vehicles can be supplied with child seats included with no extra charge. We offer wheelchair accessible vehicles for travelers with limited mobility.